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post #91 of 163
I've already posted about these coats, but they are super nice - I forgot to add that the fabric is Loro Piana - if I had the extra flow, I would pick up the rest of these. The 54 (42) fits more like a 40R.

http://www.sierratradingpost.com/pro...ercoat-For-Men

Use this code and get it down to $95.97 - 49503 (code expires midnight)
post #92 of 163
Quote:
Originally Posted by c55
I've already posted about these coats, but they are super nice - I forgot to add that the fabric is Loro Piana - if I had the extra flow, I would pick up the rest of these. The 54 (42) fits more like a 40R.

http://www.sierratradingpost.com/pro...ercoat-For-Men

Use this code and get it down to $95.97 - 49503 (code expires midnight)


Done:

Michel Angelo ¾ Length Peak Lapel Overcoat (For Men)
Color:dk brown tweed Size:54
#48163-72-54
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$95.97
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$95.97

Thanks, looks like a nice value!
post #93 of 163
I have a brand new peacoat for sale if anyone is interested. Check out the thread in the buying and selling section.

http://www.styleforum.net/showthread.php?t=22607
post #94 of 163
as soon as i get paid on nov 5th i'm getting this juicy couture jacket. it's like 295 reg but w/ my 20% discount at nordstrom(i work there. could get a 33% from my mom but i'll do it on my own. haha.) i get it for 236. my manager called all around the us to stores that may have had it and just ended up calling the national manager for the rail and he/she said they don't carry juicy in the stores for guys anymore because they tried it and it didn't really sell at all. so i've gotta order it online. might have my sister pick up a coat from H&M when she goes back home to San Fran too. the jacket : http://shop.nordstrom.com/S/2903227?...=searchresults
post #95 of 163
I picked up one of the BR Chesterfields last weekend. It is indeed sackish, but going down a size didn't fit with a jacket underneath - I'll wear it a few times before I think about trimming the waist and shortening the sleeves because I'm not sure that either matter so much on a coat. It's three-button and all buttons are hidden. Does anyone know if there is a Rule about whether the bottom button should be done up? (Because it's a sack, I can't tell just by the cut.)
post #96 of 163
I see you picked up the Angelo. How would you assess the fit in comparison to the Abboud cashmere overcoat that you described as "true?" I ask because a prior poster had the Angelo 54 fitting as a 40 - i.e. much slimmer cut than the Abboud
Thanks
post #97 of 163
Jared: It's perfectly fine to do up all buttons on a coat. Hell, I do that and flip up the collar with my jackets when it's cold out.
post #98 of 163
Quote:
Originally Posted by deaddog
I see you picked up the Angelo. How would you assess the fit in comparison to the Abboud cashmere overcoat that you described as "true?" I ask because a prior poster had the Angelo 54 fitting as a 40 - i.e. much slimmer cut than the Abboud
Thanks

I just got it today and will post the answer to thie question later on tonight.
post #99 of 163
Quote:
Originally Posted by deaddog
I see you picked up the Angelo. How would you assess the fit in comparison to the Abboud cashmere overcoat that you described as "true?" I ask because a prior poster had the Angelo 54 fitting as a 40 - i.e. much slimmer cut than the Abboud
Thanks


54 Angelo fits properly as a ~44R with higher arm holes and slimmer fit. Abboud is a more traditional over coat fit, much rommier. I a not a HUGE fan of this coat, but for the fact that it was $97 dollars. So no, it does nto run that small. (could be taken in).
post #100 of 163
Thanks D. Care to elaborate on why you are not a "huge" fan of the Angelo. Perhaps a compare and contrast to the Abboud - which I also picked up and like (at least for the <$500 price).
post #101 of 163
Quote:
Originally Posted by c55
I've already posted about these coats, but they are super nice - I forgot to add that the fabric is Loro Piana - if I had the extra flow, I would pick up the rest of these. The 54 (42) fits more like a 40R.

http://www.sierratradingpost.com/pro...ercoat-For-Men

Use this code and get it down to $95.97 - 49503 (code expires midnight)

Tempted to get this because it costs the same as these ugg slippers I just bought. I entered in the code 49503 like you said, and it had expired, so then I just guessed 49506 and it worked to get me a 20% discount.
post #102 of 163
Quote:
Originally Posted by deaddog
Thanks D. Care to elaborate on why you are not a "huge" fan of the Angelo. Perhaps a compare and contrast to the Abboud - which I also picked up and like (at least for the <$500 price).

yeah, it looks nice, and much cheaper than the chesterfield I was going to get at BR. What is wrong with the coat. The problem I was having before is that I couldn't find one that allowed for much layering.

I got my finger on checkout though.
post #103 of 163
Ah what the hell, I just ordered it. If I don't like it then I'll send it back or resell it.
post #104 of 163
Quote:
Originally Posted by heavyd
54 Angelo fits properly as a ~44R with higher arm holes and slimmer fit. Abboud is a more traditional over coat fit, much rommier. I a not a HUGE fan of this coat, but for the fact that it was $97 dollars. So no, it does nto run that small. (could be taken in).
So, if you're roughly a 44R and are not looking for a slim fit, you should get the 56 (corresponds to 44)? Or 58 (corresponds to 46)?

What do you mean that you're not a huge fan of the coat? And what color did you get?
post #105 of 163
By the way, generally, when you see Polo coats that are "Made in Italy," are these generally Corneliani?
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